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May 2007
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Colors:  Livermore - Pleasanton - Dublin - Other or multiple

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

May Averages

Ave Hi: 76.8º
Ave Lo: 47.7º
Ave Rain: 0.44"
Weather Page

Key:
Sun: rise -- set
Moon: rise -- set

See Notes on Sun / Moon

1
Sun:
06:12--19:57
Moon:
19:44--05:32
 

Full Moon
Sun:
06:11--19:58
Moon:
20:45--05:58

1st Wednesday
   Street Party

 

3
Sun:
06:09--19:59
Moon:
21:48--06:30
 

4
Sun:
06:08--20:00
Moon:
22:48--07:08

Pleasanton Playhouse
  Grease

 

Cinco De Mayo
Sun:
06:07--20:01
Moon:
23:45--07:53

Lvr Wine Country Fest 

OSH How to Fair 

Pls Farmers Market

Concert - Del Valle Fine Arts
   Chu-Fang Huang

Pleasanton Playhouse
  Grease

EAA Young Eagles Rally
 

6
Sun:
06:06--20:02
Moon:
xx:xx--08:47

Lvr Wine Country Fest 

OSH How to Fair 

Niles Canyon Railroad

Pleasanton Playhouse
  Grease

 

7
Sun:
06:05--20:03
Moon:
00:36--09:49
 

8  National Teachers Day
Sun:
06:04--20:04
Moon:
01:19--10:55
 

9  Moon Last Qtr
Sun:
06:03--20:04
Moon:
01:56--12:04
 

10
Sun:
06:02--20:05
Moon:
02:28--13:14
 

11
Sun:
06:01--20:06
Moon:
02:56--14:24
 

12
Sun:
06:00--20:07
Moon:
03:22--15:36

Pls Farmers Market

Symphony Concert

Hawaiian May Day Fest
 

13  Mother's Day
Sun:
05:59--20:08
Moon:
03:49--16:49

Niles Canyon Railroad

Reading of Zorro

Hawaiian May Day Fest

14
Sun:
05:59--20:09
Moon:
04:17--18:05

LHG History Forum
 
Legend of Zorro

15
Sun:
05:58--20:10
Moon:
04:49--19:23

Las Positas Theater
   Auditions

 

16  New Moon
Sun:
05:57--20:11
Moon:
05:28--20:43

Las Positas Theater
   Auditions


 

17
Sun:
05:56--20:11
Moon:
06:14--21:58

Lvr Farmers Market

ALVHS Lecture Series:
  California in the Civil War

 

18
Sun:
05:55--20:12
Moon:
07:10--23:04

RV Show & Sale
 

19
Sun:
05:54--20:13
Moon:
08:15--23:59

Livermore Scottish Games
  & Celtic Celebration

Livermore Valley Wine Auction

Pls Farmers Market

Valley Concert Choral
   Spring Concert

RV Show & Sale

Ira Stein Jazz Trio

Muscle Car, Hot Rods
  & Art Fair

Cantabella Children's Choir
   Concert

 

20
Sun:
05:54--20:14
Moon:
09:24--xx:xx

Niles Canyon Railroad

Livermore Scottish Games

RV Show & Sale

21
Sun:
05:53--20:15
Moon:
10:33--00:42

RV Show & Sale
 

22
Sun:
05:52--20:16
Moon:
11:40--01:16

RV Show & Sale
 

23  Moon 1st Qtr
Sun:
05:52--20:16
Moon:
12:43--01:44

RV Show & Sale


 

24
Sun:
05:51--20:17
Moon:
13:43--02:08

Lvr Farmers Market

RV Show & Sale


 

25
Sun:
05:51--20:18
Moon:
14:41--02:30

Pleasanton Playhouse
    Broadway Chorus

RV Show & Sale


 

26
Sun:
05:50--20:19
Moon:
15:38--02:51

Livermore Heritage Guild Auction

Pls Farmers Market

Valley Dance Theatre
   Raising the Barre

Pleasanton Playhouse
    Broadway Chorus

RV Show & Sale


 

27
Sun:
05:49--20:19
Moon:
16:36--03:12

B17 , B24, B25 Bombers

Art & Wind Festival

Niles Canyon Railroad

RV Show & Sale

Ravenswood Tours

Pleasanton Home Stroll

Pleasanton Antique Faire

Pleasanton Antique Sale

Valley Dance Theatre
   Raising the Barre

Pleasanton Playhouse
    Broadway Chorus

Art in the Vineyard
 

28    Memorial Day
Sun:
05:49--20:20
Moon:
17:36--03:35

B17, B24, B25 Bombers

Art & Wind Festival
 

29
Sun:
05:48--20:21
Moon:
18:37--04:01

B17, B24, B25 Bombers
 

30
Sun:
05:48--20:22
Moon:
19:39--04:31
 

31  Full Moon
   (Blue Moon)

Sun:
05:48--20:22
Moon:
20:41--05:07

Lvr Farmers Market
 

Continuous Events
Lvr History Center
Pls Museum

2007

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May 2007 Details

The details for the following reoccurring events are on a separate page, common to all calendar months.  This saves download time.  Click the item for the details.
   
Livermore History Center Highway Garage Open
Museum on Main St  
Pleasanton Farmer's Market 1st Wednesday Street Party
Niles Canyon Railway Ravenswood Docent Tours
Livermore Farmer's Market Livermore Amateur Radio Klub Meeting

 

   
Pleasanton Playhouse - Grease
 

 

 

 


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April 20, 21, 22
27, 28, 29
May 4, 5, 6
Fri, Sat, Sun

 

 

Pleasanton Playhouse - Grease
GREASE won America's heart with a 1950s rock n' roll pastiche score and a hokey story about white trash high school kids finding friendship ("rama lama lama") and romance ("ka dingy dee ding dong!") during their senior year. It had enough low comedy and general goodwill to entertain almost anyone. After opening to good reviews at the Eden Theatre on Manhattan's Lower East Side, the show soon moved to Broadway, becoming the most commercially successful 1970s rock musical. Thanks to a low operating budget, GREASE set a new record as Broadway's longest running musical – a distinction it would hold until A Chorus Line surpassed it in the 1980s. It was the only successful theatrical project by co-creators Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey. As the years went by, the New York production interpolated obscenities to amuse teenage theatre-goers, but these changes were never added to the approved script. The 1978 big screen version became the highest-grossing musical in Hollywood history, and a 1994 Broadway revival supervised by Tommy Tune ran for 1,503 performances. An ongoing favorite with community theatres and school groups, GREASE remains one of the most popular musicals of all time.
Sponsor: Pleasanton Playhouse
Location:  Amador Theater, 1155 Santa Rita Road, Pleasanton
Times:  Fridays & Saturday: 8:00pm.  Sunday Matinees: 2:00pm
Admission: Adult: $30; Seniors over 60: $28; Juniors under 18: $20  Discounts for group sales over 20.  Season tickets also available.
More info: Pleasanton Playhouse
 
Livermore Wine Country Festival
  May 5-6
Sat - Sun

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Livermore Wine Country Festival
Join us for the 16TH ANNUAL WINE COUNTRY FESTIVAL!!
Featuring Premium Wines from local wineries, shopping & dining, entertainment, arts & crafts, wine tasting, family fun and MORE! Check back soon for more information.
This year we will have two stages of live entertainment; Livermore Valley wine tasting in four locations; beer booths; a Lifestyle Pavilion with Culinary and Olive Oil Presentations; Fine Arts and Crafts; two food courts; a Children’s area with activities and games and much, much, more. The 2006 Livermore Wine Country Festival boosted an attendance of approximately 120,000. We expect an even greater turn out this year!
Sponsor: Livermore Downtown Association
Location:
  Downtown Livermore, including 1st street.
Admission: Free Admission.  Wine glasses will go on sale on the Livermore Downtown Association Web site on April 1st.  Prices are not determined yet.
Times: Sat: 10-6, Sun: 10-5
More info: Livermore Downtown Association - Wine Festival Web Page
  or 373-1795
How-To Fair
 

 

 


 

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May 5-6
Saturday & Sunday

 

 

How-To Fair
Meet over 400 exclusive OSH vendors and have questions answered on the latest home improvement and garden products and techniques. Learn the latest how-to information from experts on four vendor demonstration stages. Come see personalities such as Pat Simpson, the Carey Brothers, Bruce Johnson, the Duct Tape Guys, Nick Stellino, Lee Snijders, Guy Fieri, and John Marshall.  There will be a lot of family fun, too, with the Land Of Fun for the kids, plus clowns, face painters, a petting zoo, and rides.
Sponsor: Orchard Supply Hardware.
Location:   Alameda County Fairgrounds, Pleasanton
Times:  Saturday: 10am to 5pm; Sunday: 10am to 4pm
Admission: Free admission and parking.
More info:
Fairgrounds Web Site www.osh.com,  408-361-2271.
Del Valle Fine Arts Concert - Chu-Fang Huang, piano
 

 

 

 


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May 5
Saturday

 

 

 

Del Valle Fine Arts Concert - Chu-Fang Huang, piano
At age 23 in 2005, this exceptional pianist from China won First Prize at the Cleveland International Piano Competition, reached the finals at the Van Cliburn Piano Competition and garnered first prize at the 2005-2006 Young Concert Artist International Auditions in New York. A graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music, she has soloed with major symphonies in China, the U. S. and Europe. The New York Times raved at how she "cruises then thunders in her interpretations...everything from rolled chords to fast runs were played with clean precision."
Sponsor: Del Valle Fine Arts
Location:  First Presbyterian Church, 2020 5th St. (at L St), Livermore CA 94550
Times:  8:00pm
Admission: General: $18;  62 & over and full time students: $16;  Children and students through high school: free
  Individual tickets at the door or in advance at Book Oasis in Livermore, Towne Center Books in Pleasanton or P. O. Box 2335, Livermore CA 94551.
More info: 925-447-2752 or www.delvallefinearts.org.

 
Symphony Concert
 

 

 


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May 12
Saturday
Livermore-Amador Symphony Concert
Vivaldi: “Summer” from The Four Seasons
     Sally Dalke, violin
Schubert: Symphony No. 8, “Unfinished”
J. Strauss II: Emperor Waltz
Mussorgsky/Ravel: Pictures at an Exhibition

We asked, and you told us. We asked you, the audience, to tell us your symphonic favorites, and here are four from the top of your list. The Symphony’s own concertmaster Sally Dalke shines again in Vivaldi’s ode to the season of blazing heat and thunderstorms. Schubert’s mysteriously “unfinished” symphony has tantalized music historians ever since its discovery 37 years after his death. “Waltz King” Johann Strauss the younger employs a martial snare drum to give one of his most popular waltzes an “imperial” sound. Artwork on the museum wall comes to life in Ravel’s brilliant orchestration of Mussorgsky’s piano suite.

Sally Dalke earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Performance at San Jose State University and began her professional career playing with the orchestras of Opera San Jose and American Musical Theatre. Ms. Dalke has toured the United States with the San Francisco Opera/ Western Opera Theater and played in Nebraska with the Omaha and Lincoln Symphonies. She currently serves as concertmaster of the Livermore-Amador Symphony, plays in several other Bay Area orchestras, and maintains a private teaching studio
Sponsor: Livermore-Amador Symphony
Location: First Presbyterian Church, 4th & L Streets
Time:
  8:00pm
Admission:  Adult: $15; Seniors: $13, Youth (through high school): Free
More info: Livermore-Amador Symphony (925) 373-6824

Hawaiian May Day Festival
 

 

 

 


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May 12-13
Saturday - Sunday

 

 

 

Hawaiian May Day Festival
Hawaiian arts & crafts, Hawaiian food, Hawaiian heirloom jewelry, Ipu Heke, Toere, drums, Li Hing Mui Seeds, and much more.
Sponsor: Kumu Hula Association.
Location:  Alameda County Fairgrounds, Pleasanton
Times:  9am to 6pm
Admission: $10 adults, children 12 and under free; $8 parking
More info: Fairgrounds Web Site or www.kumuhulaassociation.com, 650-355-6451

 
Shakespeare's Associates - Dramatic Reading of Zorro
 

 

 


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May 13
Sunday
Shakespeare's Associates - Dramatic Reading of Zorro
by Isabel Allende
In May 2007, the Livermore Library will present a variety of programs with the Allende book as a central theme. We hope to feature theater interns in this reading. Join us for a reading from the book.
Sponsor: Shakespeare's Associates
Location:  Livermore Library Civic Center
Times:  2:00pm
Admission:
More info: Shakespeare's Associates - 925-454-1335
 
Livermore Heritage Guild History Forum - "Legend of Zorro"
 

 



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May 14
Monday
Legend of Zorro
Gary Drummond will talk on early Californians and the legend of Zorro.
Sponsor: The Livermore Heritage Guild
Location:  Livermore main library, community room.
Times:  7:00pm.
Admission: Suggested donation:  $2.00. 
More info: LHG web site
Las Positas College Summer Theater Auditions
 

 

 


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May 15-16
Tues-Wed

 

 

 

Las Positas College Summer Theater Auditions
Auditions for Production of 'The Madwoman of Chaillot"
Sponsor: Las Positas College Theater
Location:  Las Positas College, building 1600, staff lounge
Times:  7 to 10pm (arrive before 9)
Admission: none
More info: email Wendy Wisely, Director at wwisely@laspositascollege.edu  424-1000 ext.2480
ALVHS Lecture - California in the Civil War
 

 

 


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May 17
Thursday

 

 

 

ALVHS Lecture - California in the Civil War
Lynn Owens, Livermore resident and Civil War re-enactor
Sponsor: ALVHS (Amador-Livermore Valley Historical Society)
Location: Museum on Main, 603 Main St. Pleasanton
Times:  7:00pm
Admission: $10 donation ($5 for ALVHS members).  Reservations Recommended.
More info: at the Museum on Main  462-2766  Museum on Main Street
 
Spring RV Show and Sale
 

 

 


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May 18-27
Fri-Sun

 

 

 

Spring RV Show and Sale
RV sales, vendors, food, and more.
Sponsor: GoodTimes Promotions, Inc.
Location:  Alameda County Fairgrounds, Pleasanton
Times:  10am to 7pm (Mon-Sat; 10am to 6pm (Sun)
Admission: $5 adults, $4 seniors; children 16 & under free; $8 parking
More info: Fairgrounds Web Site or www.rvshow.net, 925 931-1890
Livermore Valley Wine Auction
 

 

 

 


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May 19
Saturday

 

 

 

Livermore Valley Wine Auction
Silent Auction and Wine Tasting
"In the Spirit of Children's Laughter"

The Livermore Valley Wine Country invites you to enjoy our beautiful wine served with genuine warmth as you pour over Auction Lots designed to assure you enjoy the good life! In a new outdoor format, you will enjoy an elegant afternoon treating your senses in our beautiful wine country. Wineries will share their finest local vintages while you stroll and sample fine food, and at the end of the day…all of the proceeds benefit the children of our growing community.

In this Silent Auction Event you will also see a few of the prize lots being offered later at the evening event – enjoy outbidding your compatriots in lively Silent Auction fun!

The Livermore Valley Wine Auction prides itself on collecting rare and unique wine from the finest wineries and cellars in the state… and combining them with once-in-a-lifetime lifestyle experiences! Imagine priceless wine lots being auctioned off with exotic travel, dining, shopping and one-of-a-kind gift packages!

Come be pampered with an awesome dinner, award-winning wines, an action-packed auction event, and the camaraderie of joining together – all for the good cause of children’s charities. Our Auction is a quest for all things good in life! Space is limited so reserve your tickets today by calling the Livermore Valley Wine Growers Foundation at 925-447-WINE (9463) for more information.
Sponsor: Livermore Valley Wine Growers Foundation
Location:  Wente Vineyards Event Center
Times:  Silent Auction: 5pm to 6:30pm;  Dinner and Live Auction: 6:30pm to midnight
Admission: $250 per person.
More info: Livermore Valley Wine Country  925-447-WINE (9463)

 

Livermore Scottish Games & Celtic Celebration


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May 19-20
Sat - Sun

 

 

Livermore Scottish Games & Celtic Celebration
4th Annual.
The Livermore Games will include a full schedule of Scottish events, including heavy athletics, sheepdog trials, historical reenactments, clan tents, birds of prey, retail vendors, jousting, musical entertainers, pipe bands, antique cars, a tug of war, Highland and Country dancing, wine and whisky tasting, and the ancient Gaelic game of shinty.
Pipe Band Competition this year.

The two-day event also will include an outdoor Ceilidh, an evening of Celtic song and dance, in downtown Livermore on Saturday, May 19. This event, sponsored by the Livermore Downtown Merchants Association, will feature many of the entertainers appearing at the Games over the weekend.
Sponsor: LARPD with the Tri-Valley Scotian League
Location:  Robertson Park
Times:  10am to 6pm
Admission:: $15 adults ($20 for 2 days) and $10 for persons ages 6-13 and under and 65 years and over.  $2 discount for pre-sale until May 7.  Kids under 6 are free.  $5 for parking.
More info: Livermore Games site, or  LARPD
 

Valley Concert Choral Winter Concerts
 

 

 

 


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May 19
Saturday

 

 

 

Valley Concert Choral Winter Concerts
Celebrating Byrd and the B's
Enjoy the music of Rennaissance master William Byrd, as well as the music of three other significant B's: the great American composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein and his well-known Chichester Psalms as well as some of his lighter and energetic selections from Candide and West Side Story; little-known songs for four voices and piano by Johannes Brahms, featuring our concert pianist Daniel Glover; and Rejoice in the Lamb by a great 20th century composer, England's Benjamin Britten
Sponsor: Valley Concert Choral
Location:  Trinity Lutheran Church, 1225 Hopyard Road, Pleasanton
Times:  8:00pm.
Admission: advance, $17 adults and $14 for seniors over 62; at the door, $20 adults and $17 seniors. Students 18 and under are free when accompanied by an adult.
More info: Valley Concert Chorale

 
Cantabella Children's Choir Concert
 

 

 

 


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May 19
Saturday

 

 

 

Cantabella Children's Choir Concert
15 Years of Beautiful Singing
Sponsor: Cantabella Children's Choir
Location:  Our Savior Lutheran Ministries, 1385 South Livermore Ave.
Times:  2:00pm
Admission: $5 donation appreciated
More info: Cantabella Children's Choir

 
Ira Stein Jazz Trio
 

 

 

 


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May 19
Saturday

 

 

 

Ira Stein Jazz Trio
Featuring Ira Stein on piano, Joseph Hebert on cello, and Dann Zinn on soprano saxophone, the trio performs exciting improvisations on the music of J.S. Bach (1685-1750), along with their original chamber jazz compositions. This trio combines the nuances and subtleties of classical music with the explosive energy and live interplay of jazz. Recordings from live performance at Yoshi’s and studio works will be available for sale. 
Sponsor: Unitarian Universalist Church, Livermore
Location:  Unitarian Universalist Church, 1893 N. Vasco Road,  Livermore
Times:  7:30pm
Admission: Suggested donation is $12 each. Children under 17 will be admitted free.
More info: Unitarian Universalist Church in Livermore,   jlmm@pacbell.net (925) 447-8747

 
Muscle Car, Hot Rods and Art Fair
 

 

 

 


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May 19
Saturday

 

 

 

Muscle Car, Hot Rods, and Art Fair
Hats Off America presents the Fourth Annual Muscle Car, Hot Rods and Art Fair from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., on Saturday and Sunday, May 19 and 20 on the grass field at the corner of Bollinger Canyon Road and Camino Ramon, San Ramon. Admission is free to the public. This is a family event and children are welcome. Sorry, no pets.

There will be a large display of muscle cars, classics and hot rods, along with art exhibits, children’s activities live bands, vendor booths, non-profit organization’s booths, a beer and wine garden, and more.

Enjoy the music of the Big Wave Dave and the Breakers, and Dave Land and the Downtowners. Food is being donated by Spain's Carolina Barbecue and Dr. Donut of Merced.

Diane Layfield, mother of L/CPL Travis Layfield who was killed in action on April 6, 2004, will be a special guest. Mrs. Layfield has attended the three previous car shows. She will be displaying her late son’s truck that is decorated with a patriotic tribute mural. She will also be bringing a motorcycle belonging to her son Tyler that he painted to honor his brother Travis.

There will be a variety of exhibitors. The US Army from Camp Parks will provide a climbing wall and combat simulators. Back Yard Carnival will provide fun children’s games. The San Ramon Fire District is bringing a fire truck for kids to climb on, and the San Ramon Police Department will have a vintage 1952 police car and the DARE car. San Ramon's Sno-Flakes Ski and Family Social Club will be there.

There will be voting on cars both days and People’s Choice Awards will be given out on Saturday and Sunday.

Non-profit organizations, civic groups and youth organizations are encouraged to participate. Call for information. The event is also seeking corporate sponsors and volunteers.
Sponsor: Hats Off Americs
Location:  Bollinger Canyon Road and Camino Ramon, San Ramon
Times:  10am to 5pm
Admission: Free
More info: www.hatsoffamerica.us

 

Pleasanton Playhouse Broadway Chorus
 

 

 

 


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May 25, 26, 27
Fri, Sat, Sun

 

 

Pleasanton Playhouse Broadway Chorus
These special concerts feature favorite selections new and old from Broadway and Hollywood. The Chorus, featured soloists, Rendition, the returning Cosmopolitan Dancers, and the Youth Choir, present these concerts with their trademark blend of beautiful harmonies and stunning choreography.
Sponsor: Pleasanton Playhouse
Location:  Amador Theater, 1155 Santa Rita Road, Pleasanton
Times:  Fridays & Saturday: 8:00pm.  Sunday Matinees: 2:00pm
Admission: Adult: $28; Seniors over 60: $22; Juniors under 18: $16  Discounts for group sales over 20.  Season tickets also available.
More info: Pleasanton Playhouse
 
Livermore Heritage Guild Auction
 

 

 

 


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May 26
Sat

 

 

 

Livermore Heritage Guild Auction
Come and enjoy an evening of old fashioned fun, food, and bidding wars at the Guild's annual auction. It all takes place at the Duarte Garage located on the old Lincoln Highways at the corner of Portola and L Streets in Livermore.

Lynn Owens is the auctioneer and when he is on the podium, one never knows what you wind up taking home.

Preview items at 5 p.m. Dinner begins at 6 p.m. with the auction to follow at 7 p.m.

More donations are welcomed. Check your deepest cupboards, basements, attics, garages and closets and help us make this a fun and successful event. Give us a call at 447-4561 or 447-5475 and arrange for a Guild member to come by and pick up your treasures.

The money we raise helps fund Guild projects in our community.
Sponsor: Livermore Heritage Guild
Location:  Duarte Garage, corner of Portola and L St., Livermore
Times:  Preview items at 5 p.m. Dinner begins at 6 p.m. with the auction to follow at 7 p.m. Admission:
More info: LHG web site, or Call 925 449-9927 for more information.


 

Valley Dance Theatre:  Raising the Barre
 

 

 

 


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May 26-27
Sat & Sunday

 

 

 

Valley Dance Theatre:  Raising the Barre
Would you like to see a toy shop come to life? The enchanting romance of young love? A magical bird in a magical forest? Then join the Valley Dance Theatre for our spring production next May 2007! Accompanied by the Livermore-Amador Symphony pit orchestra, VDT will present the children's ballet La Boutique Fantasque and excerpts from Romeo and Juliet and The Firebird.
Sponsor: Valley Dance Theatre
Location: Livermore High School Theatre, 600 Maple St, Livermore
Times:  Saturday: 7:00pm  Sunday: 2:00pm
Admission: $18 Adults, $15, Students & Seniors
More info: Valley Dance Theatre  or 925-243-0927

 
B17, B24, & B25 Bombers at the Livermore Airport

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May 27 - 29
Sun-Tues

 

 

B17, B24, & B25 Bombers at the Livermore Airport
Vintage B17, B24, and B25 bombers once again visit the Livermore airport.  You can take pictures, walk through the planes, and talk to the crew.  Flights are also available for a $425 donation.
In recent years a number of other vintage aircraft, many from WWII, have also been on display.
See the eLivermore photos.
Sponsor: The Collins Foundation
Location:  Livermore Airport
Times:  Planes arrive about 3:00pm on Sunday.  Tours available from about 3:00 to 5:00pm.
    Monday & Tuesday:  Tours of both planes from 9:00am to 5:00pm.
    Flights will occur from about 8:00am to 9:00am Monday & Tuesday, and after 5:00pm Sun, Mon, & Tues
Admission: Walk Through Tour: Adults: $8.00; Children 12 & under: $4;  Rides: $425 for 30 minute flight on B-17 or B-24.  B-25 flights are $400 for forward fuselage and $325 for aft fuselage.
More info: The Collings Foundation.  For Rides Call - 800-568-8924
Pleasanton Home Stroll
 

 


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May 27
Sunday

 

Pleasanton Home Stroll
Sponsor: ALVHS Museum on Main
Location:  Pleasanton Hotel, 855 Main St.
Times: 
Admission:
More info: Museum on Main Street,  462-2766
Pleasanton Antique Faire
 

 

 


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May 27
Sunday

 

 

 

Pleasanton Antique Faire
Come out and browse through one of the largest antique fairs in California. With over 300 dealers filling up Main Street, this event is an antique lovers dream with a wide variety of antiques to entice and excite you as you stroll through downtown Pleasanton.
Sponsor:  Pleasanton Downtown Association
Location:  Downtown Pleasanton
Times:  8:00pm to 4:00pm
Admission: Free
More info: Pleasanton Downtown Association, 484-2199, or Frete Associates.
 
Pleasanton Antique Sale - Heritage Corner
 

 


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May 27
Sunday

 

Pleasanton Antique Sale - Heritage Corner
Sponsor: ALVHS Museum on Main
Location:  Pleasanton Hotel, 855 Main St.
Times: 
Admission:
More info: Museum on Main Street,  462-2766
Art & Wind Festival
 

 

 

 


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May 27-28
Sun-Mon

 

 

 

Art & Wind Festival
The San Ramon Art & Wind Festival blows into town on May 27 & 28 in San Ramon Central Park from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily. The festival includes over 200 arts & crafts booths, entertainment on 3 stages, kite-flying demos, free kite making workshops, kids' activities, a non-profit info alley, displays and more!
Sponsor: City of San Ramon and Chevron
Location:  San Ramon Central Park, 12501 Alcosta Blvd
Times: 10am to 5pm
Admission: Free.  Parking: $4.00
More info: Event Web Site

 
Art in the Vineyard
 

 

 


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May 27
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Art in the Vineyard
Soak up the beautiful setting of the Estate Winery while enjoying inspired art demonstrations and the works of the Livermore Valley's most talented artists. Wine tasting and food booths make the day complete.
Sponsor: Wente Vineyards, Livermore Art Association.
Location:  Wente Vineyards Estate Winery, 5565 Tesla Rd, Livermore
Times:  11 AM to 5:00 PM
Admission: Free.  $15 ($10 for Wente club members)  tasting fee includes commemorative glass
More info: Livermore Art Association - (925) 456-2305 - Wente Vineyards
 
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